Penis enlargement surgery is more popular now in the United Kingdom that at any other time. It is still considered highly specialised surgery however, and performed by a small number of specialist Urologists. Moorgate Andrology perform more penis enlargement surgery than any other provider in the United Kingdom.

Penis enlargement surgery costs

At the time of writing penis enlargement surgery for both the length and girth increase is £ 7995. This includes a current promotion whereby there is £ 1000 off the usual cost. The cost for just a girth fat transfer is £ 6995, and it’s the same for just the lengthening surgery, although in reality most patients opt for both length and girth surgery at the same time. Finance is available for penis enlargement surgery with no deposit options and up to five years to pay. Very low prices for penis enlargement surgery should be treated with caution. They are often offered by inexperienced clinics where penis enlargement surgery is most certainly not the focus procedure. A quick check on the website should reveal the true speciality of the clinic and the qualifications of the Surgeons. Our advice is always choose a Urologist for any form of penis enlargement for the safest option. Even more worrying is the trend of patients coming into Moorgate Andrology after very cheap penis enlargement surgery abroad. Patients are presenting with complications from the fat transfer and little or no material results from the surgery. In most cases these patients require remedial treatment or further surgery for which they rarely wish to go aboard again.

Risks of penis enlargement surgery

Penis enlargement surgery is considered a safe surgery in good hands. However, all surgery
carries the risk of complications, even in the best hands. Here we outline the most common
risks associated with penis enlargement surgery

1. Re-attachment of the suspensory ligament

When the penis is lengthened by division of the suspensory ligament, it cannot be left without providing a barrier to stop the ligament from attaching again to the pubic bone. If this happens the ligament may attach higher up and cause a shortening of the penis. In rare cases the penis may be shorter than it as before the surgery. To prevent this Moorgate Andrology have developed a unique technique where native tissues are used to act as a barrier. This new development avoids the need to use silicone implants for the same purpose. When implants are used there is always the risk that with a post-operative infection, hey may need to be removed in a further surgery. Furthermore these implants can become dislodged and present as a lump on the pubis. Where this happens the silicone implant may have to be removed.

2. Infection

Post-operative infections occur in about 1 % of patients. In most cases they require further
antibiotic treatment, but in rare cases surgery maybe required. Once again, if silicone implants have been used as a buffer, these may need to be removed.

3. Lump and bump formations

After adding anything to the penis to make it thicker, the body’s own fat, or hyaluronic acid filler, there is always the risk of minor lump and bump formations. After surgery, patients start a period of massage to help keep the transferred fat uniform along the penis shaft. Sometimes, even though the massage regime is followed correctly, minor lumps can appear under the skin. In such cases an in clinic needling treatment is usually performed to help break down these stubborn lumps. In rare cases where this is not effective further surgery maybe required to remove the lumps. Most patients do not experience troublesome lumps as the massage is effective when done correctly.

4. Hyper absorption of the fat

With modern fat transfer techniques , most patients can expect to achieve a girth increase of around one inch in the flaccid and erect girth. The final outcome does depend on the fat
absorption rate. This is reasonably consistent across most patients. However, there is a rare complications where patients will absorb a high percentage of the fat. We cannot know in advance when this is likely to happen, however it is a rare event. Even in cases where patients absorb more than the expected 30 to 50 %, results are still good with high satisfaction rates. Where hyper absorption does occur a further fat transfer procedure may be required to achieve the results expected. This will invariably cost more as a further operation will be needed.

5. Tight foreskin ( phimosis)

Due to the higher volumes of fat that can now be injected, leading to better results, the foreskin in uncircumcised men becomes tight after the surgery. Patients are warned of this eventuality as it is a common occurrence. This tightening means that it may not be possible to pull back the foreskin over the glans. However, little by little in the weeks that follow the foreskin does retract until it can be pulled back completely. There is a rare complication , less than % , where the foreskin does not retract fully and a circumcision is then required. In circumcised men this complication cannot happen of course.

6. Change is erection angle

When the suspensory ligament is divided to make the penis longer, it changes the angle of the erection very slightly. The erection is more downwards, although most men do not notice any change at all when looking down at their penis. The change is angle does not affect sexual performance.


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